Fans of the Clipse, mark your calendars! Members No Malice and Pusha T are planning solo albums to drop around the same time.

Miss Info reports that No Malice, who left rap for spiritual music, is dropping his new project, 'Hear Ye Him' on Aug. 18. This will be his first solo album since the Clipse dropped 'Til the Casket Drops' in 2009.

The date of the release is tagged not only as No Malice's birthday, but also the numerals for the biblical passage Romans 8:18.

Pusha's 'My Name Is My Name,' which features executive production from Kanye West, is set for some time in August. The album has been met with several delays, but Push promises it will be worth the wait.

"I think the streets are going to have a classic hip-hop album," Pusha said in a recent interview with Charlotte's Power 98, per MTV. "'My Name Is My Name' is definitely the hardest album that's going to come out this year for sure."

Last month, 'Who I Am,' a song off the LP featuring 2 Chainz and Big Sean, debuted. Apparently Pusha T had to fight to keep the record as his own since it originally belonged to Kanye West.

"I heard the record and I loved it, and he called to tell me he wasn't going to be able to give me the record," Pusha revealed. "I ran in the studio real quick and laid a verse to it. I was like, 'Nah, this is my record already. I already rapped to it. What are you talking about?' We just went back and forth, and he ended up giving me the record. ... It's just that energy I'm trying to bring back to the streets."

Watch No Malice's Trailer for 'Hear Ye Him'

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